The evening proceedings centre on a glittering Gala Dinner, at which some of this year's top awards will be presented.
Each Award-winning organisation is entitled to book ONE free ticket* to the Award Winners' Gala Dinner. Extra tickets are available to Award winners at the following prices:
Glasgow £165 per person, tables of 10 at £1,449 and tables of 12 at £1,760
All prices quoted are plus 20% VAT. Quoted table prices include one free seat.
To reserve your free ticket or order extra tickets please click here. Terms and Conditions apply - see the booking form for full details. Please note that your FREE ticket is redeemable on a first-come first-served basis at each presentation event, and we are unable to guarantee your FREE Ticket after:
Scotland Ceremony: 27 July 2016
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After Dinner Entertainment
Willie Hunter is currently one of the senior partners of the Edinburgh legal firm "Gillespie Macandrew" – and is the partner in charge of their estate agency department which trades under his name "Hunters".
Willie (62) is married to the long suffering Avril and has three children 32, 30 and 25 – stupid names - but it was his wife's idea.
Willie started speaking at dinners back in the days when the Dead Sea was only seriously ill – and has had the pleasure of sharing top tables with the likes of Rory Bremner, Ronnie Corbett, Andy Cameron and Elaine C Smith from the world of showbusiness – and from the world of sport Bill McLaren, Ian Robertson, Jack Charlton and Tommy Docherty amongst others. He has spoken at Burns Suppers and St Andrews Night functions as far afield as Cairo, Houston and Abu Dhabi.
He has travelled all over the country in search of an audience that hasn't heard him speak before and will travel long distances for a free meal.
In his youth Willie played nearly 250 games for Watsonians alongside the Hastings "sisters" Gavin and Scott. No lesser an authority than Bill McLaren stated that Willie would have played for Scotland... if he had been a much, much better player than he was!!
He has been a lifelong supporter of Hearts but has retained a sense of humour despite that. For 12 seasons he was the resident MC in the main hospitality suite at Tynecastle Park – and took great pride in the fact that he was one of the few people who actually got paid to watch Hearts.
Prize Draw and Silent Auction
Find out more about our prize draw and silent auction and the chance to win:
1st prize: Apple Ipad pro
2nd prize: Tea for two at Claridges or Balmoral in Scotland
3rd prize: Nespresso Inissia coffee machine